MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - There's another job opening at Airbus in Mobile.
It marks the fourth opening posted for the company, as construction ramps up at the site of the Mobile assembly plant.
FACILITIES MANAGER OPENING
The new opening is for a facilities manager. Airbus officials just posted the job Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
WHAT'S GOING ON NOW?
Every weekday at the construction site, the trucks go back and forth, left and right, digging and delivering.
Officials with Hosea Weaver and Sons General Contracting said all this is just for what's called sub-grading work, bringing the site up to elevation.
We're not even talking about buildings yet.
Ken Donoghue with Hosea Weaver said, "What we're doing right now is removing the unsuitable soils out here in the existing infield at Brookley Field, bringing in the sand layer for the drainage plain, capping that off with sand clay, then, we'll be putting rock on top of that for the construction trailer city."
WHAT'S TAKING SHAPE?
But, what are taking shape are roadways: not permanent asphalt streets, but roads for construction crews to get way back into the site.
Donoghue said, "The northern access road is nearly complete. We're coming with the eastern access road with the final assembly line now, and I would say, in the next few weeks, we will begin construction on the permanent outfall [storm drainage] system."
SECOND SUPPLIER ON BOARD
On April 16, 2013, Mobile Mayor Sam Jones announced the world's largest logistical supplier, Kuehne + Nagel,would be the second supplier to work with Airbus.
Right now, the company's office is a room on the second floor of the Holiday Inn-Mobile Downtown.
FOX10 News has learned, however, that the company had established a presence at the hotel months ago, and Mayor Jones said Kuehne + Nagel are looking at real estate at Brookley Aeroplex.
For more information on Kuehne + Nagel, here is the company's website .
JOB APPLICATION DETAILS
If you want to read about the qualifications for Facilities Manager and apply, click here .
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